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Morally resonant [and] deeply-felt.
A sobering and sad story of the terrible cost of a lack of moral fiber. Not a happy yarn, but it's been well-acted, and afterward you'll feel as if you've been at sea for a week.
The film has its moments, but it's a crude, none-too-convincing piece of work that fudges some serious issues.
Watchable, low budget British drama with strong performances from Compston and Mullan.
The daily struggles of life at sea, as well as the almost manic revelries indulged in to forget about it, are evoked with dark wit.
If only the characters were a little less stock and the script more waterproofed. Halfway through our journey, the cliches start seeping in.
A powerful and thought-provoking film that succeeds equally as sad human drama and compelling thriller.
In many ways it's a disturbing story and Hudson offers few gestures of absolution, but those tiny chinks of light are all the more powerful because of it.
A tense thriller with an important social message.
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